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accepted Name of the bias when one expects you to possess his knowledge
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comment Name of the bias when one expects you to possess his knowledge
Illusion of transparency seems very close (don't know how I missed that), I'll look into it. I've considered projection bias but rejected it since it's more of a defense mechanism of one's own mind against itself if I understand it correctly. I edited the question just to clarify if anyone else needed more info. Thanks for help.
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asked Name of the bias when one expects you to possess his knowledge
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accepted Do eyes accommodate to color?
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comment Do eyes accommodate to color?
You mean when it varied in luminance?
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comment Do eyes accommodate to color?
Interesting point about luminance. I changed the images, the colors now have a homogenous luminance of 70%.
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comment Do eyes accommodate to color?
Still, saying that color theory/design is better suited for cognitive sciences implies that half the UX questions should be moved here as well, when you think about it. This was asked from a UX viewpoint, so it should reside there.
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awarded  Editor
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comment Do eyes accommodate to color?
I don't think this should have been migrated. Even though it is a cognitive science, it definitely is a UX issue.
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